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address for an hour and 20 minutes and then watched a talk show to see a porn star who allegedly had had had an affair with the president? >> happens all the time. all the time. so, she said she didn't know where the statement came from. >> jimmy tried to get to the bottom of it. >> do you think the president is watching right now? i like to imagine him. >> i don't want to imagine him. >> you don't have to imagine him. i mean -- so i like to imagine him like oh, no, stormy, why are you on that talk show when you could be here in bed with me having the most fantastic love making of your entire life. >> i'm glad i didn't put food on my writer in my dressing room. >> you engaged in textbook generic sex, he did not use protection, afterwards told you he wanted to see you again and asked you to sign a copy of one of your dvds. >> well, he does have good taste
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i guess. >> you had dinner with him that beverly hills hotel. while you were there, he was watching "shark week." is any of that true? >> define true. >> do you feel guilt towards milania? >> i feel guilt towards my family. >> if you have done something, don't move. if you haven't done it, shake your head no. never have i ever had sex with a married man at a golf tournament. good. never have i ever watched "shark week" in a hotel room with the host of a reality show. she's not moving. have you ever made love to anyone whose name rhymes with ronald lump? >> i'll call you whatever you want me to call you, baby. >> very good at avoiding. >> she is very good at that. >> she didn't really answer anything and yet they talked for quite some time.
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that was jimmy kimmel trying to use puppets to get her to answer question that is way. the little game of never have i ever, but that didn't work too well. >> i didn't realize there were puppets. >> a little game of never have i ever. >> that wasn't her? >> she was holding a puppet. >> that was genius. >> there are rumors she signed a nondisclosure agreement which if she did, she wouldn't be able to answer anyway. >> but good job on jimmy to try to get the answers out. >> he certainly tried very hard. the skinny is next. ainly tried very hard. the skinny is next. oh, sorry i'm late, sir. i had a doctor's appointment. when you said you were at the doctor, but your shirt says you were at a steakhouse... that's when you know it's half-washed. now from downy fabric conditioner comes downy odor protect with 24-hour odor protection. downy's powerful formula conditions fibers to lock out odors all day. hey, your shirt's making me hungry. ha ha, derek.
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the speech was a huge hit with republicans. just look how excited mitch mcconnell was. actually i believe we have footage of mitch mcconnell more excited. ♪ skinny so skinny >> a lot of late night comedians were live last night because of the state of the union address. so we got plenty of disturbing moments like that one.
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>> not every day we begin with politics and a turtle trying to mate with a croc slipper, but anyway. >> so picture that. >> or don't. because we're going to start with the state of quincy jones' love life. apparently very strong. >> that was a live shot of it. >> very strong for anyone, let alone an 84 year old. the legendary music producer behind the biggest hits of the 20th krenturery gave an interview with "gq." he has been married three times but currently has 22 girlfriends. >> yes, quincy. >> busy man. >> and when asked if it he really has 22 girlfriends, quincy started rattling them off. he did puruse we are the world. here's quincy's world. he goes hell yeah, he said everywhere, cape town, cairo, stockholm, sweden, brazil,
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salpaulo, and rio. beautiful people there. shanghai, got a great girl from there, man. whew. end quote. >> by the way he said cairo twice. he has two girlfriends in cairo alone. when asked if all 22 girlfriends knew about each other, he said yeah, i don't lie. and it's amazing women get it, man. don't you forget they're 13 years smarter than we are. don't you ever forget it. >> so that means his girlfriends are 97 years old mentality? >> thing is, he actually is trying to stay above them in that way. his daughters now give him an age range. >> oh, okay. >> so, his girlfriends now range in age from 28 to 42. so he's still got that 13 years going. >> quincy. hey. at least he's honest about it. and age wise.
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>> and nicole kidman is not one of quincy jones' girlfriends. she's the only one. but she is an incredible actress with now a secret talent we're learning about. as part of vanity fair's secret talent theater, the oscar winner revealed she can eat bugs without gagging. >> check her out enjoying a four-course meal of bugs. corn worms and then meal worms which she describes as fruity. >> and she ate some crickets which she said have the consistency of a hairy nut and finished the meal with fried grass hoppers. yum. so the bromance between leo dicaprio and tom hardy is strong. they became fast friends filming "the remnant." leo and tom made a bet. >> if hardy was nominated, he would have to get a tattoo of leo's design. he was nominated. so leo designed him a tattoo.
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on the top of any always pack. the better the fit, the better it protects. always. we're back now with explosive interview with actor/activist, rose mcgowan. one of the first women to ignite the me too movement. >> now, she's telling her story in a new memoir titled "brave." she's sitting down with robin roberts. >> did you have any idea that series of tweets would help in leading with this movement? >> why women don't report? well, i put that out there as a clairian call, come on, it's time, journalists let's go. it was like i said everything but the name so draw your conclusions but even so the media would not report on it and i knew they wouldn't because they had failed to for so many years. everybody knew.
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>> you really believe that? >> i know that. i was there. you know, people think i don't know these people, that i'm on the outside, like they are, looking in. someone asked who i would we in the wizard of oz. i would be the curtain. i would be the one that saw both sides that nobody noticed that was pretty and to be used and discarded when all was said and done. from both how to sell to the audience and how to be sold. >> and you're pulling back that curtain? >> why not? nobody talks but to me the truth is revolutionary and you have to fight to keep that voice with everything coming at you that tells you, you're wrong, you're bad and dirty. i find it very strange, how many women does it take? we're at over 100 on the list. there's a victim called samantha and she has an intensive list.
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we keep adding to it. and i would probably estimate there's got to be over 1,000/2,000. this is lifelong for this man. >> and you said this book and your story is bigger than hollywood. explain. >> it's bigger than hollywood, this country has no fear. i see the bumper stickers everywhere, but i say be brave, do it even if your ankles shake because they will. a lot of the suspicions about hollywood people have are true. i wish everybody was super awesome. but sometimes you got to clean house a little bit. >> she refuses, by the way, to use harvey weinstein's name. and she has a book and album to go along with that memoir, "brave". >> a lot going on. don't miss our updates. abc.
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good wednesday morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diana macedo. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "abc news now." after a combative year, president trump is calling for unity. used his first state of the union address to highlight his accomplishments and the economic boom. we'll have full coverage straight ahead. today more of larry nassar's victims speak out in court. he's being sentenced on additional charges. he's already set to serve at least 40 years for sexually assaulting more than 150 women. >> more fallout. investigators say the worker who sent the false warning mistook the drill for the wrong thing. he was fired last week and the top emergency management official resigned over the incident yesterday. and this morning millions of us can check out a very rare
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supermoon eclipse. if you are west of chicago or little rock, look up at about 6:50 a.m. central time, 4:50 pacific and you'll get to see it. hasn't been done since 1856. it is wednesday, january 31st, 2018. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." historical. super blue blood moon. >> blue blood moon is the meteorological term for it. the astronomlock ago is the meteorological term. >> we'll have more on that coming up. we're going start off with the state of the union and president trump ditching his usual, firy rhetoric to call for unity. >> he tried to rally a deeply divided congress and country and try to promote the american dream. but, democratic lawmakers weren't having it.
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the speech covered economy, immigration and infrastructure and triggered 4 1/2 million tweets, making it the most tweeted state of the union address ever. abc's david wright with the highlights. >> reporter: on capitol hill. >> mr. speaker, the president of the united states. >> reporter: a major milestone for president trump for his first state of the union and while there was all the usual pomp and ceremony there were subtle signs of the divisive year it's been. >> let's begin tonight by recognizing that the state of our union is strong because our people are strong. >> president trump declared the state of the union sound. >> to every citizen watching at home tonight no matter where you've been or where you've come from, this is your time. >> reporter: he also vowed to deliver on his long promised wall on the mexican border. as part of the overall efforts
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to stop illegal immigration. and in one of the most emotional moments of the night, he recognized the parents of two teenage girls murdered by gang members who were in the country illegally. >> tonight everyone in this chamber is praying for you. everyone in america is grieving for you. >> reporter: and trump had sharp words for america's enemy. he vowed to keep open the military prison at guantanamo bay, prison. >> terrorists who do things like place bombs in civilian hospitals are evil. when possible, we have no choice but to annihilate them when necessary. we must be able to detain and question them. >> reporter: the guests in the first lady's box, included a north korean defector and the tearful parents of otto warmbier, who died last year. >> your powerful witnesses to a
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menace that threatens our world and your strength truly inspires us all. >> reporter: the democratic response came from massachusetts congressman, joe kennedy, grandson of bobby kennedy. >> folks, it would be easy to dismiss this past year as chaos, partisanship, as politics. but it's far, far bigger than that. >> i am extending an open hand to work with members of both parties. my duty and the sacred duty of every elected official in this chamber is to defend americans to protect their safety, their families, their communities and their right to the american dream. because americans are dreamers too. >> reporter: but the nation is still divided. i'm david wright. >> one of the longest speeches in some 50 years. the president speaking there for
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an hour and 20 minutes. for the most part, he managed to stick to the script. >> but americans were keeping a close eye on whether he stuck to the facts. mary tells us how the president did on that note. good morning, mary alice. >> reporter: president trump has been known to play footsy with falsehood and be lax with the facts from time-to-time. but during his first state of the union address, president trump mostly stuck to his strident, prudent talking point. the one big exception, immigration where the president painted a grim picture, exaggerated what we know to be true and made some dubious claims. >> under the current broken system, a single immigrant can bring in virtually unlimited numbers of distant relatives. >> in fact today's citizens and green card holders can only petition for immediate family members, not an unlimited number and there was this. >> in recent weeks two terrorist
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attacks in new york were made possible by the visa lottery and chain migration. in the age of terrorism, these programs present risks. we can just no longer afford. >> reporter: that was mostly spin. the two men involved did come to the country illegally through those programs but deems to have been radicalized here in the u.s. years after they arrived. the president said the republican tax cut was it largest in american history. that's false. he also said the u.s. was now an energy exporter though the country has been for a long time. he did correctly take credit for having confirmed the largest number of circuit court judges. kendis, dianne. >> our thanks for breaking it down. in a rare moment of bipartisan cooperation, a bill meant to protect amateur
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athletes from abuse is heading to the president's desk. >> it requires amateur sports groups to immediately report sexual abuse to law enforcement and less than a week after larry nassar was sentenced for abusing female athletes. >> we have taken concrete action in response to the brave athletes that we see here who expose a thoroughly corrupt system. >> we can now confidently say that future generations of children participating in sports will be safer. well, the bill also aims to protect younger victims who may not understand that they have been abused. no word when the president will sign it into law. a murder of an ivy league student during his winter trip home to california. the body of the 19-year-old was found in a park, not far from his parents home in orange county. a former high school class mate has been charged with his murder and now authorities believe it may have been a hate crime.
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>> reporter: the new reports suggest the accused killer had neo-nazi ties before stabbing his class mate. prosecutor have already said they have not ruled out a hate crime. bernstein was gay and jewish. >> so we're looking for that evidence and if and when we find it, we will amend the charges and file that. >> reporter: the investigative website was a member of the division, members of which were accused of four other murders and a bomb plot. their nazi propaganda posted online. >> with the over tones of civil warfare. >> reporter: they joined the group in 2015 according to two friends and a former member. traveling to texas for three days of military-style training. bernstein's parents have questioned if he might have been a victim of a hate crime but won't say much more. >> we want to make sure that this young man gets a fair
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trial. and anything that we say now could jeopardize his opportunity. >> reporter: and woodward is charged with murder. we have not heard from him, yet. he will face a judge on friday for his arraignment. >> thank you and health care companies led a broad sell off on wall street, after a blockbuster announcement from three corporate heavyweights. amazon, j.p. morgan chase and buffett will create a health care company. the announcement didn't provide details about the plan. they have about 1 million employees in the u.s. so apparently all you need is a dollar and a quarter to pick up an historic home in one italian villa. >> about 200 houses on the island of sardinia are on the market for one euro a piece, about $1.25.
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>> so the homes are major, major fixer uppers. you have to commit, as well, to refurbishing them within three years. renovations are estimated at $25,000. that's not that bad. >> $25,000 for a home in italy. i don't know what the going rate is but that doesn't sound too shabby. >> not bad at all. it's probably on an earthquake zone and a floodplain, but other than that, it's a great buy. >> sardinia is lovely. >> it is and at that price, count me in. what to do if you haven't spent the holiday gift cards yet. plus a hot topic going to last night's state of the union address. would president trump address the russia investigation and what would he leave out? a panel of experts weigh in. you are watching "world news now."
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that's a live look at capitol hill, still all lit up after all three branchs convened for president trump's first state of the union. >> as always there was plenty of speculation what he would and wouldn't talk about. as many expected, he did not talk about the current russia investigation into his administration. in contrast, president nixon did decide to bring up the watergate
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investigation from that podium. >> we're opening up the vault from the 1974 state of the union address. >> i believe that i provided are the materials that you need to conclude his investigation and to proceed to prosecute the guilty and to clear the innocent. i believe the time has come to bring that investigation and the other investigations of this matter to an end. one year of watergate is enough. i was elected to the office that i hold. and like every member of the house and senate, when i was elected to that office, i knew that i was elected for the purpose of doing a job and doing it as well as i possibly can. and i want you to know that i
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have no intention whatever, of walking away from the job that the people elected me to do for the people of the united states. >> quite a divided congress there in 1974. and as they did in 1974 the democrats watched last night with contempt wondering if and how the president would address the controversial issue. >> here is how abc political contributors reacted on "night line." >> this was a democratic congress minority that really did not want to give the president anything. but the president didn't give them anything. he brought up all kinds of controversies which is unusual in a state of the union. he talked about cuba, guantanamo, on standing for it national anthem and a whole litany of things on immigration and he didn't mention by the way, africa or europe, places
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where maybe there could be some kind of unity. >> i was expecting sort of this unification on daca going forward, given the shutdown and all the controversy surrounding it in the past week of so, but this really should be an easy lay up for democrats and republicans. >> chris christie also commented essentially saying usually these speeches play to the base and he felt president trump didn't do enough of that. >> oh, really? >> yeah. >> the new york tabloids, this morning, have different views on that. the daily news calls it a load of clap. nancy pelosi didn't do a lot of applauding. >> no. >> she kind of looks like, what was the name of that gymnast, who was not impressed? >> mckayla. pelosi is not impressed. not a lot of applause from the democratic side.
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♪ and knife hit? >> i don't know. an estimated $70 billion in gift cards were changed, but many of them never get used. >> so what do you do with all of those well-intended cards? becky worley explains. >> cash? >> that's right. so you can go out and get yourself whatever you want. >> what are you? my uncle? >> that's the hope when you get a gift card, free cash to spend on something you might like, yet millions of cards go unused every year. >> we spend $130 billion in gift cards last year. out of that, 1 billion have not been cashed in.
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that's good for retailers, not good for you. >> reporter: websites are geared up to help. the value you get back on the cards can vary dramatically. i've got four home depot gift cards. good store but i don't have any diy projects. let's try to sell them. i start with a kiosk, super convenient. for this $100 gift card, they are offering me $61 and i get the cash right now. hi, i have a gift card i redeemed and want to get cash. >> and $61 in change. >> reporter: cash in hand is better than a card in the drawer. now i try the online options at home. first, carpool.com. they also happen to run the kiosk where we got the card. i get offered $83.50. that's a big difference. but i have to wait for the money. they send me a check that
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arrives four days later. next up, cardkangaroo.com. $83.51. more money than the kiosk. but i have to physically mail the cards in and i don't get paid until they get the cards. my check came 10 days later. let's try another online site. raise.com. $89.40. that's the best so far. no trip to the post office. but when will i actually get paid? raise is like the ebay of gift cards. you get paid when the card sells. good news is my card sold in two hours and the funds transferred to my papal account three days later. we made the most with raise.com. but there's trade work. it's more work on your part to puruse the site but there will be more money in your pocket. becky worley, abc news, california. >> by the way, since we knew we
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were doing the story, we asked if anybody had had had a gift card we could use as prop. she had all of these sitting in her wallet. all of them. >> she will now only have one. test. test. test.
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on the top of any always pack. the better the fit, the better it protects. always. it is time for, this happened, and this certainly happened. overseas in china where things are slippery there for everybody and that includes this cow. >> oh, no. >> that went sliding. not just a little. some 300 feet. >> slow motion too. >> down that slope. and i see eastern china there. >> poor thing must be so confused. >> so he was captured there. it appears to be filmed by a group of young men from a window who were a little excited about all of that. but hope the cow's doing all right. so how many plumbers does it
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take to fix an airplane toilet? >> one, two. >> apparently a lot. so thrks happened on a flight from oslo to munich where there were 85 passengers that were plumbers and yet the toilet clogged on the flight. >> so the plane had to turn around on its flight because it had had toilet problems. so they said can anybody help out and 85 people said yeah but they couldn't fix the toilet. >> they couldn't fix the toilet! >> apparently, they would like to fix the toilet but apparently, it had to be done outside of the plane. they didn't want to risk sending a plumber to work at 10,000 feet. >> they said there was a good atmosphere on the plane even with the irony of the broken toilet. >> well, i'm sure they're used to that smell as plumbers. over to a dog. he got a new fluffy dog at home.
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the fluffy friend was a little more keen to get to know him. it's like a minifrank. the bunny was having a good time chasing the dog around, hopping at it. he seemed confused. i know another little bunny who likes to do this with puppies, particularly one that is are smaller than he is. >> frank verses the dog. >> frank's like nothing to see here. >> oh, my god. he's an attack bunny. >> he plays coy and then out of nowhere. look, i'm just licking -- and out. >> look how sneaky he is. >> frank only does it with dogs his size. >> is that right? >> not as brave as that bunny. >> the pit bull he's like, no, you win. >> all good. enjoy the blue super moon. blood moon. in enjoy the blue super moon.
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this morning on "world news now," the president's call for unity. >> in his first state of the union, president trump calling for a different image than his inaugural address, calling this a new american moment. >> this is your time -- >> democrats weren't buying it, even seeming to avoid applauding his ideas. we are live in washington, d.c., with reaction. plus the morning's other news including the former governor arrested with a loaded gun at an airport security check point. and the triple moon event of the year, of the century, of the millennium, of the -- i don't know. the super blue moon. the enlarged moon looking red during an eclipse. >> not sure any of those things are true, by the way. >> no?
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we're going to check in with accuweather live for the cosmic forecast. and denied. the emotional support peacock, yes, emotional support peacock, prevented from boarding a flight with its owner. kind of adding insult to injury for a bird that already can't fly that far. we'll see how that worked out for them, coming up this wednesday, january 31st. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." >> guess they didn't want to ruffle some feathers. >> yes. ha! of course. we're going to get to that a little bit later. the democrats' feathers were a little ruffled for a good hour and 20 minutes last night. if you didn't see the state of the union, here is what you missed. it was one of the longest speeches in the past 50 years. one hour, 20 minutes. interrupted by 83 standing ovations. >> it was also marked by icy glares from democrats. they even booed twice by our
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account. >> and in another break from tradition, the first lady actually took her own motorcade to the capitol and she was wearing white like many democratic women did last year. >> there was new policy ideas and talk of unifying a divided country. lana zach with all the details. many details to cover this morning, lana. >> reporter: good morning you know if you were watching the president's speech on twitter, the most popular moment was when he discussed standing for the national anthem. but here at the capitol, it was the economy that dominated. >> the state of our union is strong because our people are strong. >> reporter: in his first state of the union address, president trump focused on the economy and his signature legislative victory, tax reform. >> this, in fact, is our new american moment. there has never been a better time to start living the american dream. >> reporter: the white house
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promised an uplifting unifying speech from president trump. >> i call upon all of us to set aside our differences, to seek out common ground and to summon the unity we need to deliver for the people. >> reporter: but some on the left expressed skepticism as the president calls for unity. >> this administration isn't just targeting the laws that protect us, they're targeting the very idea that we're all worthy of protection. >> reporter: several democrats boycotted the speech and several wore african textiles. but bipartisanship will be needed to pass a new infrastructure bill and immigration reform. >> my duty is to defend americans, to protect their safety, their families, their communities and their right to the american dream. because americans are dreamers too. >> reporter: and congress has
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only a week and a half before time runs out on the continuing resolution to fund the government. so the president said what he really wanted to do was unify the nation and how did he do on that front? according to minority leader, chuck schumer the head of the senate democrats, not so well. he said americans were yearning for the president to present a unifying vision for the country, but unfortunately, his address stoked fires of division instead of bringing us together. kendis? diane? >> a lot of people in the meantime looking at the tea leaves yet again. the first lady arrived separately. so we have not seen the first couple together, in fact, all of this year. >> reporter: that's right. there are two reasons that was getting a lot of attention. first, it's a break with modern tradition and this is the first time she was going to be seen with the president following the
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allegations that the president had an affair with an adult film star. but the white house says she simply arrived separately because she had to come earlier because she was hosting a reception for those heroes. kendis, diane? >> live from washington, thank you. you mentioned that adult film star who allegedly had an affair with the president. we watched the state of the union, she watched the state of of the union that is with jimmy kimmel. >> we're talking about stormy daniels who accepted $100,000 to keep quiet about any involvement with trump. on kimmel's show, she seemed to confirm that a statement released hours before that denied the affair is fake. she says the signature on that statement is not hers. that's about all she was able to say, playing coy with kimmel throughout, but she never actually denied an affair. a classified memo on the russia investigation is now in the hands of president trump.
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the white house is promising to conduct a review before the president decides whether or not to actually release it. the memo was written by the staff of house intelligence committee chairman and trump ally, devin nunes. it accuses the fbi and justice department of improper use of surveillance. house speaker paul ryan is siding with the republicans who voted to make that memo public and release it. >> there may have been mall feasance by people in the fbi. so it is our job in conducting transz transparent oversight of the executive branch to get to the bottom of that. >> they say it was an attempt to discredit robert mueller's investigation. they say releasing would be reckless. hillary clinton is responding to criticism about her allowing a campaign working to keep his job in 2008, despite being accused of sexual harassment. clinton writes in a lengthy online statement, if i had to do it again, i wouldn't. the former presidential nominee said she didn't think firing the
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worker was the best solution to the problem. clinton also says she hopes women will continue leading it larger discussion about harassment and that it leads to a better country for everyone. a 38-hour stand off at a hotel in minneapolis ended with a man being taken into custody. he hung out of the window several times. he also threw several items through the window. police fired tear gas through that window as well and a s.w.a.t. team forcibly entered the room and finally arrested him, ending the incident. a woman who communicated with him said he may have been upset that his rare cat had been turned over to an animal sanctuary. and this is the mangled wreckage of a deadly helicopter crash in southern california. three people were killed when it plunged into a new port beach home. two were in the helicopter, the other on the ground. the people who live in the house were home at the time of the crash, but they are okay.
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the identity of a new person of interest in the las vegas massacre was made public by mistake. doug hague's name was revealed when a judge's staff failed to black it out on documents that were released to the media. hague tells the associated press he met the vegas shooter one time and sold ammunition to him. the documents didn't disclose why authorities considered hague a person of interest. he says he will take questions from reporters sometime this week. we're learning that former mississippi governor, hailey barbour was arrested earlier this month for carrying a loaded handgun through airport security. said he forgot it in his brief case. he boarded his flight and he'll have to pay a fine. add super owl to the list of internet disappointments. >> is that like state of the union? many of you have seen this over the past few days. it's supposed to show a marketing mistake at the minneapolis-st. paul airport
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instead of super bowl lii, it looks like superb owl. >> superb owl. >> lii. >> somewhere there is a superb owl. that's what it actually looks like. whoops. the whole thing's fake. it was photo shopped. it was created by the university of minnesota grad student. little bone to pick with the whole vikings not making it i suppose. >> oh, well. owls are superb though. >> yeah. coming up the trifecta, lunar event of the century. it is happening right now. >> not of the century. >> anyway, it's a super blue blood moon. no super owls there. super blue blood moon. before you break out the telescope, not everyone in america will be able to see it. we'll tell you what you need to know to catch the eclipse early this morning. >> we have a live report on this. this is a big deal.
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and if dogs can be service animals, why not a peacock? the bird that was prevented from boarding, later in "the mix." and check out our behind it scene picks on instagram. abc wnn. you are watching abc "world news now." "world news now." on instagram.
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that would be a raging gulf fire north of oklahoma city that engulfed a building north of edmond. several homes, structures and vehicles were destroyed. warm, dry and windy conditions have triggered a ban on burning in 40 counties in western oklahoma. fema has announced its ending food and water aid shipments to puerto rico. >> they stated the restoration of its food and water supply chain as well as the availability of water supplies. but the puerto rico state coordinating office says they have not heard about any transition plans. he says the government of puerto rico does not agree with the move. we should point out, there are a lot of people still in puerto rico living without power, four months after the hurricane. and a top official at hawaii's emergency management agency has resigned. it's following the false alert
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of the incoming missile attack. >> a new report reveals that worker who sent that alert thought that an actual attack was imminent. martha has the details. >> this is not a drill. >> reporter: the worker who sent more than 1 million hawaiians into a panic with the warning that a ballistic missile was heading for the islands, fired. >> if you're outdoors, seek immediate shelter. >> reporter: terrified residents running for shelter. a desperate father dropping his daughter down a manhole for protection. hawaii's emergency management initially blaming that worker for pushing the wrong button. but investigators now say he believed there was a missile heading for hawaii. the colossal mistakes began when a supervisor conducted a no notice ballistic missile defense drill. the supervisor plays a recording over the phone that says, exercise, exercise, exercise but includes the language this is
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not a drill while five others listening understand it was an exercise, investigators say that worker thinks it is real, sending the alert. >> he froze and another employee had to take over his responsibilities. >> reporter: so for 38 minutes the panic continues before they finally send the all clear. martha raddatz, abc news, washington. >> so apparently that worker had a history of confusing drills and real-world scenarios on at least two prior occasions. >> uh-oh. the fcc said a combination of human error and inadequate safeguards contributed. now we know what the human error part of it was. >> yeah, exactly. coming up in the next half hour, one-on-one with actor/activist, rose mcgowan. she was one of the first women stand-up and say, me took into consideration. but first the blue moon, the
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♪ eyes to the sky this morning as we get a rare lunar triple play. it sounds ominous and it is. this super blue blood moon will appear for millions of americans overnight and the sunrises as the moon sets. >> not ominous at all in other words. but here's how the super blue blood moon breaks down. say that quickly. it's a super moon, which is any moon that appears larger than usual. it just has to do with where it is in orbit. it's a blue moon, which means two full moons in one month. check.
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and it's a total lunar eclipse, which makes it moon appear red, aka, blood moon. so super blue blood moon. >> so grab a blue moon, drink up, watch the skies. real question, though, do we need special glasses to see this thing like we did with the solar eclipse? >> got to be safe. let's go to accuweather to help us out live. justin, how badly did we just botch the description of what this thing actually is? >> i think you did a pretty good job. you won't need the glasses like with the solar eclipse. i never really got a pair. i broke out the serial boxes. my kids and i go through so much cereal each week, we actually punched holes in the cereal box and that's how we saw the solar eclipse. but this is a different story and it's a blue moon, a blood moon. let's keep it list going here. >> it sounds quite dire. every time i hear the description of this, i believe
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it's the end of days. you are a meteorologist that studies this thing. this is it, right? >> there might be a job in hawaii for you. >> you know, if you break down any of these events individually, we talk about s solar or lunar eclipses every couple years. we talk about blue moons on occasion but when all of these come together that same time and we have to go back to 1866. that was the year after the civil war ended and that's what makes this really remarkable in itself. >> and we saw in the solar eclipse, there was a path of totality, the place where people could see it. does it work the same way with the lunar eclipse? >> this all has to do with the timing, of course, when the moon sets and the sunrises. here is the thing, out towards it east coast, conditions are going to be perfect. i's going to be clear, but the thing is, the lunar eclipse is going to be taking off right
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around 7:52 in the morning, but the sun is coming up before that. so we're going to miss out with the full eclipse. we'll get the partial. conditions looking good toward little rock and dallas where we're looking at clear skies and you have the time to view that full lunar eclipse. that's where conditions are going hand-in-hand. >> so you're saying dallas. i know in the solar eclipse, there was a place in kentucky everybody went to. we all should be in dallas this morning to watch it? >> you know, dallas or little rock or memphis. really, anywhere from the central time zone on westbound. that's where we are going to see the best conditions. further north it's a different story because there's going to be clouds to obscure the view in a sense but south central, southwest is the place to be. >> why does the northeast keep getting gypped here? can you write a strongly worded letter or something? >> at least it's going to be a nice day. the sun's coming back out. it's going to start to warm up. but it's not going to be full. >> i will take that little bit of good news. justin, thank you. >> 6:51 a.m. central time, end
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of days. thank you, justin. >> and everything's fine. >> and everything's fine.
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it is your hump day mix and don't try get a camel on a plane these days. they're really trying to draw the line, on these emotional support animals. you know, airlines have been trying to crack down. there is one person who went to newark airport in new jersey and thought they would be able to get their emotional support animal through. just so happens that was a peacock. dexter. >> nothing to see here. >> the woman even tried to buy the bird a seat for the trip. so she was legit trying to get her on. but united airlines refused. dexter belongs to an artist in brooklyn. the peacock has its on instagram, so it's a popular support animal.
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>> was her seat first class because dexter is not fitting. >> the airline says dexter did not meet guidelines for a number of reasons, including its weight and size. >> also dexter's a peacock. >> i neglected to say that. have you gotten frank on a flight? he's an emotional support animal. >> no. but if people are trying to get their pet peacock's on, frank supports our emotions around here and for the viewers. >> yes, he does. >> also, i noticed you got yourself your own emotional support animal. >> i was trying to sleep yesterday. >> did it work? did pluto help you sleep? >> no, i was wide awake all day long but pluto in the meantime was passed out. >> grown man with a stuffed animal. it's true, ladies and gentlemen. let's go to western australia, shall we? continuing the animal theme here. two tourists were paddle
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boarding when they were joined by an emu. just saw the tourists and said hey, guys, what's going on. thompson said they like to go in the water when it's hot and squat down and get a little bit wet, but this one had a real birdbath moment. >> oh, boy. they don't look too impressed, either, by the way. >> they're like whatever, emu. >> not this again. >> we're trying to boogie board here, paddle board. can you get out of the way. maybe the emu wanted to paddle board. you ever think of that? >> oh, maybe. that is quite possible. let's go to a dog that dances the cha-cha. i like to cha-cha. this is an energetic dog that has to dance when his owner sings. >> stealing your moves, kendis. >> yeah. he stands up on his hind legs. >> why is he in a crib? >> that's a whole other problem. people who need emotional support.
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the state of our union is strong because our people are strong. >> this morning on "world news now," the president appeals for bipartisanship but also plays to his base during his first state of the union address. talking about the north korean threat and his plans to build new roads and bridges. the first lady in white and some democrats in black. some showing solidarity with africans. plus why the democratic response had people talking. we're live in washington. the president also touted the surging stock market but wall street is on a two-day slide, dropping the most since august. what's behind the sell off? and new this half hour, stormy daniels. >> see what happened when jimmy kimmel asked the porn star about her alleged past with donald trump. and quincy jones may be 84
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but he's keeping busy with multiple productions. no, not music. he's producing romantic relationships and a whole lot of them from different area codes and country codes. >> hey, stormy. >> his world tour of love in "the skinny" on this wednesday, last day of january. >> quincy jones. announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> what are those words? diana macedo. feel that beat. >> this is what usually happens during the break. >> you can rock the boogie. >> we'll have more -- >> oh, ride the boogie? >> -- on quincy jones. >> ooh, okay. but first let's start with the president reaching out to democrats and vowing to make america great again for all americans. >> just hours ago right there at
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the capitol, the president made an appeal for unity in his first state of the union address. he called on both parties to work together on a $1.5 trillion plan to rebuild the country's infrastructure. >> he signed an order to keep open the detention center at guantanamo bay and he touted his tax cuts and booming economy. >> this, in fact, is our new, american moment. there has never been a better time to start living the american dream. so to every citizen watching at home tonight, no matter where you've been or where you've come from, this is your time. if you work hard, if you believe in yourself, if you believe in america, then you can dream anything. you can be anything. and together we can achieve absolutely anything. >> so he did talk immigration, reiterating his proposal you
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might say to grant legal status and a path to citizenship to nearly 2 million young people. >> he also talked about the importance of beefing up border security. >> so tonight i'm extending an open hand to work with members of both parties, democrats and republicans, to protect our citizens of every background, color, religion and creed. my duty and the sacred duty of every elected official in this chamber is to defend americans, to protect their safety, their families, their communities and their right to the american dream. because americans are dreamers too. >> that reference to dreamers triggered boos from the audience. not something you often see at the state of the union. >> but the crowd was mostly receptive to the president's tone, giving him more than 80 standing ovations. >> but it is not enough to come
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together only in times of tragedy. tonight i call upon all of us to set aside our differences, to seek out common ground and to summon the unity we need to deliver for the people. this is really the key. these are the people we were elected to serve. >> and more than 10 democrats actually boycotted the president's speech, while others sat stone faced as he spoke. and congressman joe kennedy was selected to give the democratic response. lana zach joins us from capitol hill. and what was kennedy's big message? what are people saying about that speech? >> reporter: like the president's state of the union, both speeches were actually received overall positively but he used his opportunity to not only talk about what democrats are for but as an indictment of calls for unity and bipartisanship. he says this administration is
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not just targeting the laws that protect us, they're targeting the very idea that we're all worthy of protection. and as you know there's a curse that supposedly follows anybody that gives the response whether it's a democrat or republican and it seems that representative kennedy was not able to escape that curse tonight. some people talking about what appeared to be drool or some sweat on the corners of his mouth. at one point there was actually a new twitter handle, joe kennedy's lips that were talking about the need for chapstick. diane, kendis? >> it looks to me like carmex, like makeup went beyond. >> reporter: but it appeared later. it wasn't there at the beginning. i'm not sure what it was. it is getting a lot of attention. >> one of the tweets from@joe kennedy's lips says if not us, who? if not now, when? chapstick.
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what is it with this speech? we all know marco rubio with the whole water situation. what is going on here? >> reporter: if only i had a glass of water to make that prop really work. everybody seems to have that problem. this time it seemed democrats were anticipating what has been in the past so difficult for others in that cold room, all by themselves without an audience. in this case he was in front of people applauding and he was feeding off of that a little bit but that curse, it always gets you. >> always something. >> it's the middle of the night, the president is long gone. is it just you and the cleaning crew there at this point? >> reporter: it's me, my producers -- >> that's a yes. >> that's a yes. awesome. well, we appreciate you hanging in there for us and breaking down what exactly it was carmex, blistex. >> investigative journalism. >> investigative reporting. thank you.
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well, during the speech the president did reference the stock market surge. so far this week, stocks have been taking a hit. >> the markets are on a two-day losing streak for the first time in about a month. rebecca jarvis tells us why. >> reporter: the news weighed heavily on insurance stocks, j.p. morgan and amazon are creating an independent health care company for their employees hit those stocks hard. we're in a period now of raising interest rates. as those interest rates rise, the cost of borrowing gets more expensive such as people and businesses have to spend more to borrow less. sometimes that means they will borrow less and that will slow the economy down. but you have to look lat of this in context. if you look at the last year, the dow now is up 31%. that means your 401(k)s are also doing better as well. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> our thanks to rebecca. we have new video of a russian fighter jet buzzing close to a u.s. jet.
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here's what the navy called an unsafe encounter. officials say the russian plane came within five feet of the american jet. the navy says the u.s. plane was on a routine flight in international air space. back at home, at least two new deaths are being linked to the flu. state officials in new jersey say a 4-year-old girl dieed from the virus. she did not have a flu shot and a 38-year-old mother's death is also being blamed on the flu. amanda franks family says she declined to be treated with tamiflu because of the side effects. that antiviral drug is now flying off store shelves. one pharmacy in south carolina sold 100 bottles in just an hour. >> this is the first in probably a decade where i've seen you're scrambling to get it from your wholesaler. >> and a school in oregon will be closed for a second straight day because nearly half of its students have been affected by the flu. the cdc says there are signs
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that flu season is finally easing. a little good news for us. former "glee" star has died from an apparent suicide. pending the autopsy. his death comes just weeks after the 35-year-old actor pleaded guilty to federal charges of child pornography. a sentencing hearing was set for next week. he most likely was facing up to seven years behind bars. and o.j. simpson has dodged an effort to force him to hand over cash he pockets from signing autographs. a judge in l.a. rejected using the money to pay a $70 million civil judgment against simpson. a new jersey school bus driver is taking a ride to the super bowl thanks to some really grateful parents. >> he burst into tears after finding out he's been given tickets and air fare to sunday's game. he's a long-time philadelphia eagles fan. he spent much of the season teaching the kids on his bus the
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team's fight song. >> i love that. that's one way to get them to behave. >> brainwashing. >> the parents wanted to thank him for his 26 years of dedication. they raised more than $5,000 to get him that gift. go, gary. >> yes. fly eagles. >> they also got personalized jerseys for him and his wife. he'll be watching the game in style. >> nice. >> jack likes that. >> even the patriots fan can support that. coming up in the skinny quincy jones admits he has 22 girlfriends. how do you feel about that? >> how do they feel about that is the question. and stormy daniels watched the state of the union with jimmy kimmel but what did she have to say about the president? you are watching "world news now." rld news now." jimmy kimmel. but what did.
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here? no... make every day valentine's day with k-y yours and mine. two sensations. one great way to discover new feelings together. so it's turned into a case of he said, she said and then she maybe said something else. it was reported yesterday that stormy daniels released a statement about her alleged affair with donald trump saying it never happened. then she appeared on jimmy kimmel live last night and jimmy tried to get to the bottom of it implying the signatures from the statement did not quite match up. >> when is the last time you watched a state of the union address for an hour and 20 minutes and then watched a talk show to see a porn star who
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allegedly had an affair with the president? >> happens all the time. all the time. so, she said she didn't know where the statement came from. >> jimmy tried to get to the bottom of it. >> do you think the president is watching right now? i like to imagine him. >> i don't want to imagine him. >> you don't have to imagine him. i mean -- so i like to imagine him like oh, no, stormy, why are you on that talk show when you could be here in bed with me having the most fantastic love making of your entire life. >> i'm glad i didn't put food on my writer in my dressing room. >> you engaged in textbook generic sex, he did not use protection, afterwards told you he wanted to see you again and asked you to sign a copy of one of your dvds. >> well, he does have good taste i guess. >> you had dinner with him that beverly hills hotel. while you were there, he was
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watching "shark week." is any of that true? >> define true. >> do you feel guilt towards milania? >> i feel guilt towards my family. >> if you have done something, don't move. if you haven't done it, shake your head no. never have i ever had sex with a married man at a golf tournament. good. never have i ever watched "shark week" in a hotel room with the host of a reality show. she's not moving. have you ever made love to anyone whose name rhymes with ronald lump? >> i'll call you whatever you want me to call you, baby. >> very good at avoiding. >> she is very good at that. >> she didn't really answer anything and yet they talked for quite some time. that was jimmy kimmel trying to
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use puppets to get her to answer question that is way. the little game of never have i ever, but that didn't work too well. >> that wasn't her? >> she was holding a puppet. >> i couldn't tell. >> that was genius. >> there are rumors she signed a nondisclosure agreement which if she did, she wouldn't be able to answer anyway. that's why she couldn't answer anything. >> but good job on jimmy to try to get the answers out. >> he certainly tried very hard. the skinny is next. ainly tried very hard. the skinny is next. oh, sorry i'm late, sir. i had a doctor's appointment. when you said you were at the doctor, but your shirt says you were at a steakhouse... that's when you know it's half-washed. now from downy fabric conditioner comes downy odor protect with 24-hour odor protection. downy's powerful formula conditions fibers to lock out odors all day. hey, your shirt's making me hungry.
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the sp the speech was a huge hit with republicans. just look how excited mitch mcconnell was. actually i believe we have footage of mitch mcconnell more excited. ♪ skinny so skinny >> a lot of late night comedians were live last night because of the state of the union address. so we got plenty of disturbing moments like that one.
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>> not every day we begin with politics and a turtle trying to mate with a croc slipper, but anyway. >> so picture that. >> or don't. because we're going to start things off with the state of quincy jones' love life. apparently very strong. >> that was a live shot of it. >> very strong for anyone, let alone an 84 year old. the legendary music producer behind the biggest hits of the 20th century. interview with "gq." he has been married three times but currently has 22 girlfriends. >> yes, quincy. >> busy man. >> and when asked if he really has 22 girlfriends, quinnty started rattling them off. he did puruse we are the world. here's quincy's world. he goes hell yeah, he said everywhere, cape town, cairo, stockholm, sweden, brazil,
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beautiful women there, salpaulo and rio. beautiful people there. shanghai, got a great girl from there, man. whew. end quote. >> by the way he said cairo twice. he has two girlfriends in cairo alone. when asked if all 22 girlfriends knew about each other, he said yeah, i don't lie. and it's amazing women get it, man. don't you forget they're 13 years smarter than we are. don't you ever forget it. >> so that means his girlfriends are 97 years old mentality? >> thing is, he actually is trying to stay above them in that way. his daughters now give him an age range. >> oh, okay. >> so, his girlfriends now range in age from 28 to 42. so he's still got that 13 years going. >> quincy. hey. at least he's honest about it. and age wise.
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>> and nicole kidman is not one of quincy jones' girlfriends. she's the only one. but she is an incredible actress with now a secret talent we're learning about. as part of vanity fair's secret talent theater, the oscar winner revealed she can eat bugs without gagging. >> check her out enjoying a four-course meal of bugs. corn worms and then meal worms which she describes as fruity. >> and she ate some crickets which she said have the consistency of a hairy nut and finished the meal with fried grass hoppers. yum. so the bromance between leo dicaprio and tom hardy is strong. they became fast friends filming "the remnant." there was a lot of talk about osc oscar nominations for both of them, so leo and tom made a bet. >> if hardy was nominated, he would have to get a tattoo of leo's design. guess what? he was nominated. so leo designed him a tattoo.
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on the top of any always pack. the better the fit, the better it protects. always. we're back now with explosive interview with actor/activist, rose mcgowan. one of the first women to ignite the me too movement. >> now, she's telling her story in a new memoir titled "brave." she's sitting down with robin roberts. >> did you have any idea that series of tweets would help in leading with this movement? >> why women don't report? well, i put that out there as a clairian call, come on, it's time, journalists let's go. it was like i said everything but the name so draw your conclusions but even so the media would not report on it an they had failed for so many years.
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everybody knew. >> you really believe that? >> i know that. i was there. you know, people think i don't know these people, that i'm on the outside, like they are, looking in. someone asked me who i would be if i were a character in "the wizard of oz." i would be the curtain. i would be the one that saw both sides that nobody noticed that was pretty and to be used and discarded when all was said and done. from both how to sell to the audience and how to be sold. >> and you're pulling back that curtain? >> why not? nobody talks but to me the truth is revolutionary and you have to fight to keep that voice with everything coming at you that tells you, you're wrong, you're bad and dirty. i find it very strange, how many women does it take? we're at over 100 on the list. there's a victim called samantha and she has an intensive list. we keep adding to it.
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and i would probably estimate there's got to be over 1,000/2,000. this is a lifelong career for this man. >> and you said this book and your story is bigger than hollywood. explain. >> it's bigger than hollywood, this country has no fear. i see the bumper stickers everywhere, but i say be brave, do it even if your ankles shake because they will. all the suspicions about hollywood people have are true. i wish everybody was super awesome. but sometimes you got to clean house a little bit. >> she refuses, by the way, to use harvey weinstein's name. and she has a book and album to go along with that memoir, "brave". >> a lot going on. don't miss our updates. don't miss our updates. abc.
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everybody. everybody. making news in america this morning, president trump's message to america in his first state of the union address. >> i call upon all of us to set aside our differences, to seek out common ground. >> a speech promising unity, but did he deliver? we fact-check his top statements, plus how the speech broke with tradition and what appeared to outshine the democrats' response. stocks slide. this morning the new investigation into apple, the big amazon health care partnership in the works and the concern about interest rates today all rattling wall street. hotel standoff. tensions boil over as a wanted man turns to violence throwing a microwave out the window. the standoff lasting nearly 40 hours. why a fight over a cat may be to blame.

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